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Posts Tagged ‘Amit Majmudar’

Praise: Los Angeles Review of Books on Amit Majmudar’s Dothead October 14, 2016: “His breadth of subject matter spans sex, popular culture, art, capitalism, history, the natural world, and more,” LARB reviewer Caitlin Doyle writes. Amit Majmudar’s freshly [...] by

‘Is a Poem Not Unlike an X-Ray?’ Amit Majmudar on NPR’s Morning Edition April 12, 2016: “It has this mathematical, musical aspect to it that quickens it into poetry.” Amit Majmudar explained about an x-ray and a poem’s similarities. Ohio’s first-ever poet [...] by

The Troublesome Debate Around Poetry’s ‘Inherent’ Elitism October 23, 2015: At The Kenyon Review, an essay by Amit Majmudar titled “Elitism and American Poetry” plays well the old obscurity saw: “I believe that the attack is flawed–but I also think the [...] by

Reading List: March 2013 March 28, 2013: Rae Armantrout I’ve just received a copy of the new Postmodern American Poetry: a Norton Anthology, edited by Paul Hoover. I’ve been enjoying the good selections of some of my favorite [...] by